If you’re looking to get creative with your home decor this autumn then read on! As we will be giving you tips so you can create a hibernation haven with additions such as cosy-toned throws and cushions, featuring a seasonal display in your home, and improving your home insulation by adding new, double-glazed windows.
Large Floral Prints
To create a cosy retreat in contemporary country-house style, add nature-inspired designs and oversized blooms. Combine deep crimson hues with the cosiness of weathered leather. This season’s top picks for autumnal decor include big, blowsy rose print fabrics and other flourishing flowers carefully pictured on warm-toned linens. These fabrics, which come in regal reds and subdued lilac with hints of creamy yellow, give a living room design a feeling of history and lived-in grandeur.
Concentrate on organic forms that serve as the foundation for a cosy, rustic design. Consider casual, repetitive designs like slouchy linens, crushed leather, and rough edges that are ideal for a laid-back rural aesthetic. To add a tonne of vintage charm, incorporate charming accessories like antique frames, industrial lamps, and enamelware.
A console table decorated for fall will make your visitors feel welcome when they arrive. Arrange seasonal foliage and items with an autumnal theme on a console table to create a stunning hall. A bouquet of fiery red and burnt orange leaves arranged in a glass decanter makes a simple, affordable way to bring the outdoors inside. Use straightforward checks, tartans, and plaids in softer colours to create a rougher, more rustic take on the cosy Highland look.
Warm colours and cosy comforts will make you want to hibernate in your home this autumn. For a living room, you won’t want to leave, combine earthy wood textures with the crimson and plum winter colour scheme. Use softer mauve-greys, browns, and greys for accessories while colour-blocking the main wall with a rich port shade. Finally, for a fresh feel, decorate walls with numerous prints featuring foliage, ferns, and flowers.
Your kitchen will benefit from some colour and personality. A rocking chair with woollen accessories and warm-toned pots and crocks in shades of red, copper, and terracotta would look great. Make use of your freestanding furniture, such as chairs and side tables. Add seasonal decor to them, such as large candles or throws and cushions.
Adding double-glazed windows and doors to your home will help keep heat inside. One of the most important factors to consider when choosing a window for your home is how it will complement its style. On our website, you can browse our vast variety of designs and styles.
Any one of these ideas can help transform your home for the new season, making it so cosy you may not want to even leave the house.
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